A month before the Olympics in South Korea, the World and the US was facing a nuclear standoff with Kim Jong-Un in North Korea. About a month after the Olympics, President Moon was visiting North Korea at the invite of Chairman Jong-Un. There was no representative of the US present and there apparently was no… Continue reading The Koreas: A Typhoon viewed through a Tea Cup
If you were in any doubt about who is emerging as the most powerful global power, both economic and politically, it would be China. Politically China today heralds the most "convening ability" in bringing to the table a maximum number of countries and regional powers. Its growing global political power is backed by its considerable… Continue reading China: Global Power and Regent
"China is signaling its commitment to continuous political and economic relations with the world"
No one expected China's Communist party to introduce and approve charter changes that lead to defect perpetual or continuous leadership at the highest party levels. Yet in the lens of the super long term view China takes of politics, history and culture, this astounding move is yet another chip in the ambitious and energetic push… Continue reading China’s Continuous Leadership Coup